Notes on the Atrocities
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Friday, October 24, 2003  

In the battle of the political books, it looks like the liberals are still winning. (That's 8-4 for those of you scoring at home). Maybe I ought to submit a manuscript for Notes on the Atrocities: the Book. Striking while the iron is hot and all that...

1 DUDE, WHERE'S MY COUNTRY? by Michael Moore. (Warner, $24.95.) The author of "Stupid White Men" calls for "regime change" in Washington.

2 WHO'S LOOKING OUT FOR YOU? by Bill O'Reilly. (Broadway, $24.95.) The host of "The O'Reilly Factor" attacks those individuals and institutions that he believes have let down the American people.
3 LIES (AND THE LYING LIARS WHO TELL THEM), by Al Franken. (Dutton, $24.95.) A satirical critique of the rhetoric of right-wing pundits and politicians.

6 BUSHWHACKED, by Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose. (Random House, $24.95.) Two Texas journalists offer up an indictment of the Bush administration.

8 THE GREAT UNRAVELING, by Paul Krugman. (Norton, $25.95.) A volume of essays, most from The New York Times, that are "mainly about economic disappointment, bad leadership and the lies of the powerful."

9 PERSECUTION, by David Limbaugh. (Regnery, $27.95.) The author of "Absolute Power" argues that "liberals are waging war against Christianity." (+)

11 SHUT UP & SING, by Laura Ingraham. (Regnery, $27.95.) The political commentator attacks the "elites" of Hollywood, Washington and New York. (+)

19 STUPID WHITE MEN, by Michael Moore. (ReganBooks/HarperCollins, $24.95.)

20 LIVING HISTORY, by Hillary Rodham Clinton. (Simon & Schuster, $28.)

21 THE REAL AMERICA, by Glenn Beck. (Pocket, $25.)

29 THE LIES OF GEORGE W. BUSH, by David Corn. (Crown, $24.)

35 BIG LIES, by Joe Conason. (Thomas Dunne/St. Martin's, $24.95.)

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